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Egg freezing parties: good idea or fertility fad?

These fertility-based soirees are currently all the rage among single women in New York City 

By Serena Kutchinsky  


I just celebrated my 35th birthday, which according to my tenuous 20something life plan was when I would be married and about to embark upon baby making. I won’t go into the various reasons why this hasn’t happened. It’s complicated, but in one sense it’s also perfectly simple—I’ve been progressing in life, ticking some boxes, leaving others expectantly empty because, as we are constantly told, we can’t expect to have it all. And yet, biology hasn’t yet caught up with the requirements of the modern woman’s lifestyle. As a…

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